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Snuggly Rascals launch its Children’s Headband Headphones

Loved by parents and kids alike!


A team of dads, all whom have small children, set out to design a set of headphones their kids would love, would be comfortable to wear and, as importantly, would protect their ears – the Snuggly Rascals headband headphone was born! 

Snuggly Rascals comprise of a soft fleece fabric which encloses adjustable flat speakers and with 8 cool character designs to choose from ranging from a penguin or a giraffe to a monster or a plane, they are sure to be an instant hit with kids. Kids can even vote online on which Snuggly Rascal they would like to see next! Perfect for watching a movie on the sofa, for long car journeys or for singing along to their favourite tunes, the headphones are also incredibly comfortable and size adjustable so suitable for children of all ages.

Not only children, but parents will love them too. The speakers can be removed and the headband popped into the washing machine so sticky fingers will never be an issue and parents can be reassured as the volume is limited to below the recommended 85 decibel level. This means that children’s hearing, which is more susceptible to noise inducing hearing impairment than adults, is fully protected and Snuggly Rascals even muffle external noise offering additional protection.
Parents have the added benefit in knowing that by buying a Snuggly Rascals headphone for their children, they will also be helping other children who may not be as fortunate as their own. The team at Snuggly Rascals felt strongly, as parents themselves, that they would like to support different children’s charities each month and for every headphone sold, 10% of the profits is donated to the charity.

Snuggly Rascals can be purchased from www.snugglyrascals.com for $17.99 and are ideal as a gift this Christmas or for Santa to pop into his stocking. You can not only bring a smile to your child’s face this Christmas but also brighten up the life of another child and let them know you care. Suitable for children aged three and above.



About Snuggly Rascals:
Snuggly Rascals was born from a desire to create fun & quirky products for kids. The team all have young families and wanted to create something our kids would love and hopefully other kids too.  We’ve started Snuggly Rascals with a small range of characters, brought to life with a range of ultra-comfortable, cosy headphones.
We handle everything internally, from product design and development to sales, marketing and customer services and like to think of ourselves as a friendly, personable bunch.
When we started Snuggly Rascals, we decided that we also wanted to give something back.  Being parents ourselves, we could think of nothing better than to support Children’s charities. Unfortunately there’s not enough profit for us to donate a free headphone for every one sold (like a well-known footwear brand does), but we’ve done the figures and we can give 10%, which we hope will still raise lots of money every month.  For more details of the charities we work with or to make a donation, please visit our charity page here.

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